Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Teatro Luna

Hey yall come out to see these outrageously funny and entertaining theater group on these two dates. You may also see me and other members of Las Manas on both of these nights.
9/13 & 9/17

Teatro Luna BLAZES into the Bay Area!!
Chicago’s all Latina Theatre Ensemble presents two hilarious/bitterweet productions to satiate the budding thespian in all. Galería de la Raza is proud to host Teatro Luna's ten-day artist residency...

Tuesday, September 13

“Aparicíon” - A Staged Reading

Aparicíon is the story of Natalia, a Mexican born Tejana whose day-to-day life is interrupted by the appearance of an Entity. As Natalia muddles through the complicated relationships in her life – an affair with her sister’s husband, her domineering and class-obsessed Mexican family, her friendships with a working class Tex/Mex woman and her new neighbor, a transplant from Chicago who is one of the only African-American men in her town – she struggles to bind this Being to her.

A Staged Reading @ Galería de la Raza
Free Admission
Time: 7:30PM

Teatro Luna
West Coast premiere of Teatro Luna’s fourth ensemble built show about complicated and hilarious hilarious relationship between gender, culture and the very thing our abuelas forbade us to do.

SATURDAY, September 17

S-e-x-Oh! is based on autobiographical writing and community interviews, S-e-x-Oh! places the stereotypes about Latina sexuality – the virginal mother, the pregnant teen, the “spicy” sexpot- within the larger context of Latina lives and experiences. Nothing is off limits from masturbation, exploration, obsession, jealousy, phone sex, perverts and piojos, to the more serious topics of molestation and abortion. The stories in S-e-x-Oh! move discussion about Latina sexuality beyond the Virgin/Whore dichotomy portrayed not just in the popular media, but in our own homes as well.

Saturday, September 17
West Coast Premiere
**USF's Gill Theatre (inside Campion Hall), 2130 Fulton St., San Francisco
Admission: $8-$15

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